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Marketing Ph.D. student wins national recognition for paper

Ismail KarabasPULLMAN, Wash. – Research by Ismail Karabas, a Washington State University doctoral student in marketing, recently won the Best Student Paper Award at the national Marketing Theory and Practice Conference. » More …

WSU/USDA-ARS collaboration yields ‘Best Paper’ award

Julie Tarara, USDA-ARS

researcher based at WSU Prosser

PROSSER — For the second year in a row, WSU researchers, including Julie M. Tarara, and USDA colleagues won a Best Viticulture Paper Award from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture.

 

USDA-ARS researcher Julie M. Tarara, based at WSU’s Prosser Research and Extension Center, and her co-authors won for a paper entitled “Berry Temperature and Solar Radiation Alter Acylation, Proportion, and Concentration of Anthocyanin in Merlot Grapes.”

 

Anthocyanin is a natural phenolic compound that can be found in grapes and wine. Of … » More …

Grad students, advisor win computer science competition

PULLMAN – Two Washington State University graduate students and their faculty advisor were presented with the Best Paper Award at the 2006 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-centric Computing held Sept. 5-7, in Brighton, United Kingdom.WSU School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science graduate students Sean Farley and Jon Brown, together with their faculty advisor Christopher Hundhausen, submitted their paper entitled, “Can Direct Manipulation Lower the Barriers to Programming and Promote Positive Transfer to Textual Programming? – An Experimental Study.” The paper won the distinction after peer review by an international program committee, which reviewed a total sixty-five submissions to the symposium.”In my view, … » More …